Compassion Building locks up residents to purchase turkeys
Tara and Rydell Palmer of the Compassion Building reported that after a successful year of locking up local residents for charity, the organization raised enough money to purchase 25 turkeys for Thanksgiving.
The Congressional Holiness Church on West Avenue and Furnace Street are still looking for help with donations of food and volunteers to help feed the hungry on Thursday for their annual Thanksgiving program.
The Palmer’s are asking for donations of to-go boxes, instant potatoes, stuffing, salt, pepper, butter, turkey pans, tin pans for vegetables, and of course more turkeys.
For more information on how to help the church provide a Thanksgiving meal for those in need, contact either Tara or Rydell Palmer at
Henry Runyan (left) and Rydell Palmer “lock up” Norma Salgado in the fake jail in front of the Cedartown Sav-A-Lot for the Compassion Building fundraiser.
Officer Henry Runyan (left) “arrests” Polk County sherrif Johnny Moats on a charge of having “no turkey on hand”.
Tara Payne (right) and Officer Henry Runyan “arrest” Polk County school board members.